d-day - the timeline of 6 june 1944, the assault on the different sectors, the testimonies from veteransd-day - Historical area. photographs and informationd-day - celebrations for the anniversary of the landings, each year.d-day - the board to speak about d-day and the battle of normandyd-day - The guest book.d-day - the links directoryd-day - what's new on the website?
d-day - the timeline
testimonies from veterans. d-day in their own words

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There are places that command History,
Today they are places to walk.

When the veterans leave, there will remain to us only these places
to recall us what occurred there, on that day in June 1944.


To Supreme Commander Allied Expeditionary Force
( Issued 12 February 1944 )
  1. You are hereby designated as Supreme Allied Commander of the forces placed under your orders for operations for liberation of Europe from Germans. Your title will be Supreme Commander Allied Expeditionary Force.

  2. Task. - You will enter the continent of Europe and, in conjunction with the other United Nations, undertake operations aimed at the heart of Germany and the destruction of her armed forces. The date for entering the Continent is the month of May, 1944. After adequate channel ports have been secured, exploitation will be directed towards securing an area that will facilitate both ground and air operations against the enemy.

  3. Notwithstanding the target date above you will be prepared at any time to take immediate advantage of favorable circumstances, such as withdrawal by the enemy on your front, to effect a reentry into the Continent with such forces as you have available at the time; a general plan for this operation when approved will be furnished for your assistance.

d-day - more than 400 black and white photographs of the landings



November 27, 2013



 
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